The ‘Volunteers make a difference’ track will be an opportunity to discuss recent strategic challenges in volunteering and to outline recommendations for the European policy makers. This will be a timely follow-up on the 2011 European Year of Volunteering and the Aarhus Declaration >>>.
The ‘Strategy for Stopping Steroids’ track will be a unique opportunity to share knowledge and experience on the current European effort regarding the abuse of steroids in fitness centers and in sport for all in general. The track will outline “good practices” and give valuable insight >>>.
If ‘Sport for All’ is to become more than a slogan in the EU and be a positive contributor to the EU Sport Policy and EU 2020 strategy of smart, sustainable and inclusive growth, a series of challenges and developments need to be addressed. These challenges include securing adequate financial and structural support >>>.
The incoming Danish Presidency of the European Union is delighted to invite you to its ambitious and wide-ranging conference addressing the most pressing challenges in Sport for All. The conference will be your opportunity to benefit from state-of-the-art examples of promotion of volunteering in sport for all, novel initiatives in the fight against fitness doping, creative samples on financing and health in sport for all, high-level political debate and agenda-setting, and excellent networking and partnership opportunities, and unique study tours.
The European SPORTVISION2012 Conference addresses diverse target groups – from political decision makers to club coaches, from medical doctors to local activists, from private businesses to international institutions, from sport organisations to city administrators. Read more >>>.